Sermons by Daniel Marshall (Page 5)
Daniel slept through the night because he knew God was there with him. We can sleep through the night knowing God is right there with us. We never have to be afraid to lean on God, or stand up for God.
Genesis 39:6-23 You should know, not all heroes stick around to take on the bad guys. In today’s OT lesson we meet someone who’s a hero for running away. Let’s find out why we, as Christians, will want to be less like the Avengers and more like “Joseph: The Hero Who Ran Away.”
Psalm 33 The Word of God on Independence Weekend focuses on the nation we proudly call “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” The psalmist tells us that a nation where the LORD is God is blessed. Let’s see if we can determine whether we are “A Blessed Nation?” The psalmist offers 2 choices: A) With God there are abundant blessings. B) Without God there’s an absence of blessings.
Ephesians 1:20-23 Today, while 65% of Americans claim they are Christian, only 45% say they go to church, but less than 25% actually do. In the few places where Christianity still has a foothold, it’s losing its influence as people water down the Bible’s teachings. That means that you, the Bible-based, Christ-centered Christian is a very small minority in this world. All of that disheartening news is exactly why we need to hear God’s message today, because CHRIST’S ASCENSION CHEERS…
Matthew 6:33 Parents: First Things First, so you remember to keep your kids in God’s Word. Graduates: First Things First, so you remember to keep yourself in God’s Word.
Revelation 7:9-17 Usually, we could say that the one who shepherds the flock is not one of the lambs or sheep in the flock. But the Lamb and the Shepherd that are mentioned in this lesson are unusual. The Lamb who becomes the Shepherd has been in our place when he lived here. He knows what it’s like to be us. He can sympathize with our situation. He knows what help we need. And, he has the power to do…
At times, within our own families and our own congregation, we take for granted all the things Christian moms do for their families. That’s why we need to encourage them and show them our appreciation for raising us as a child of God who follows him by faith now right into eternity.
God’s Word on Confirmation Day offers you: “SOME CERTAINTY IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD.” It tells you with absolute certainty that: 1) God chose you, cherished you and called you. So that you would want to: 2) Serve him with your every want, word and work. 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17